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Topic - Anabelle Kienle
"Van Gogh comes to Paris and is completely overwhelmed, and he realizes very quickly that his dark and brooding images and pictures and palette is outdated and that he has to do something about that," said curator Anabelle Kienle of the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa, the Philadelphia museum's partner in organizing the show.
"It's not something other artists at the time did," Kienle said. "He's doing something that's incredibly avant garde."